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Assam Search Engine: Bisarok

Exclusive search engine on Assam

Manash Pratim Gohain, TNN Jun 16, 2012, 01.46PM IST

NEW DELHI: Assam got its own search engine 'Bisarok'. The search engine has been launched to get results exclusively on queries and information related to Assam.

'Bisarok', means 'to search' in Assamese language, has been launched and has been linked to various websites of the Government of Assam and departments, educational institutions and media. The search engine is likely to give a new online experience related to searches on Assam. Built on Google custom search engine, the search engine would be collating and building a database of web properties exclusively of the state in the North East region.

'Bisarok' has been developed by RK Rishikesh Sinha, who had earlier created a similar custom search engine ('Bisarei') on Bishnupriya Manipuri. According to Sinha, apart from Google there was no link to get results particularly on Assam. Any web entity related to Assam can be part of 'Bisarok' (

Courtesy: The Times of India


Assam search engine ‘Bisarok’ launched

Staff Reporter
GUWAHATI, June 15 – A search engine titled ‘Bisarok’ – exclusively for Assam – has been launched. It has added websites of the Government of Assam, educational institutes, and the print, web and television media of the State.

With the use of ‘Bisarok – Assam Search Engine’, users would be experiencing a new online environment getting results of their queries related to Assam only.

Built on Google custom search engine, ‘Bisarok’ would be collating and building a database of web properties exclusively of the State.

Explaining the idea behind ‘Bisarok’, RK Rishikesh Sinha who had earlier created a similar custom search engine (‘Bisarei’) exclusively on Bishnupriya Manipuri, said that except Google there was no link to get results, if one sought information, particularly from the list of Assam government websites.

“As the results that Google show up do not meet the requirement, a necessity was felt to come up with a search engine exclusively for Assam,” Sinha said, adding that the search engine would help bring information and knowledge on Assam near to people.

Any web entity related to Assam can be part of ‘Bisarok’ (

Sinha said that still at a nascent stage, ‘Bisarok’ will be graduated as soon as possible after analyzing the response from its early adopters and with their feedback.


Search engine on Assam, Bisarok, launched

Post Bureau


With the launch of Assam Search Engine Bisarok, anyone who seeks to find information related to Assam, now would get a new online experience. They would get the queries of their search from the web entities of Assam only; all in a clutter-free environment.
Now they could fetch any information from the list of Assam-based websites maintained by the government of Assam (too big), media houses (be them print or television) and educational institutes. To be precise, Bisarok would be one-stop-search solution for the people to get any information from Assam-based websites.   

Bisarok would be made more robust and intelligent with the inclusion of websites from business and other sectors of the state.

Built on Google Custom Search Engine, Bisarok would be collating and building a database of web property exclusively of the state.

Describing the idea behind “Bisarok – Assam Search Engine”, Rishikesh Rajkumar said except Google there was no link to get results, if one seeks information particularly from the list of Assam government websites and from media houses respectively, the results that Google shows up doesn’t meet the requirement, thereby a necessity was felt to come up with a search engine exclusively for Assam.

Any web entity related to Assam can be the part of Bisarok (

Courtesy: Seven Sisters Post


  1. I am speechless RK Rishikesh Sinha. You have given another reason to feel proud about Assam. It is a great gesture from you towards Assam. For me, Bisarok is my next Google to find anything from Assam. God bless you.

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    Potsdam, Germany

  2. Service being rendered by Bisarok, an Assam Search Engine, is simply wonderful. Likes of me who have to toil hard day in, day out for Assam-specific information from the web property are immensely benefited from this search engine. This is yet another milestone achieved by RK Rishikesh Sinha. I hope he will scale more heights in the days ahead.

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